6th December, 6:00-7:00pm

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Summary of Webinar:

In this session Jonathan will talk about his research and practice as a coach, exploring ethical dilemmas and how coaches can improve their ethical maturity by becoming more ethical aware and by adopting a more formal approach to ethical decision making. One of his most recent papers on ethics, in collaboration with Eve Turner, was recently highly commended by Coaching at Work. By the end of the session you will have a better understanding of your approach to ethics and have a framework to add to the ICF code to help you chart your way through future ethical dilemmas.

1 Core Competency CCEU 

Your Speaker: Professor Jonathan Passmore

Prof Jonathan Passmore is a chartered psychologist, author and coach. He has engaged in coaching practice, researched written widely over the past 20 years on coaching, behavioural change and leadership – his latest book, Mastering Executive Coaching, is with Marshall Goldsmith and Brian Underhill. He leads coaching at Henley Business School, and is also a professor of psychology at the University of Evora, Portugal. Prior to his academic posts, he has worked in consulting for PWC, IBM and was MD for a medium size consulting company, Embrion, providing coaching and leadership services. Jonathan believes passionately research should be open access and you can access lots of his materials his Researchgate page.

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